Honda accord

Asked by Feb 27, 2017 at 01:58 AM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

91 Honda accord will not start no spark
new fuel pump new ignited

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So if you have replaced the ignition igniter, then have the coil checked at an auto parts store. If indeed the coil is bad make sure there is a good ground on the mounting of the coil, you would want to clean the mounting surfaces.

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Also if the coil is not the issue then the timing belt would need to be checked. Possible bad timing belt.

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Thanks much

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Your welcome.

What is the best way to check the timing belt

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If the belt is stripped, take the distributor cap off and turn the engine over to see if the rotor spins.

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But, All Honda engines are interference except 3.0L & 3.2 which are Non-interference.

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